Question about Panasonic Panafax UF-790 Plain Paper Laser Fax
The cartridge is probably not seating correctly in the machine. These cartridges are made with a plastic flashing on the drum shield that mates with a sensor actuator in the machine. Problem is, Panasonic made the same machine with sensor actuators in slightly different places for machines made in different parts of the world. This is so you couldn't use cartridges made in different places or for similar print engines such as HP or Lexmark, which are cheaper. You will have to fiddle with this so that the actuator is tripped, I usually remove the drum guard complete with springs and defeat the actuator with a rolled up ball of paper.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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